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Every two years, Move to End Violence selects a group of inspired individuals who are committed to ending violence against girls and women in the United States through social change. We call them Movement Makers.
Each cohort of Movement Makers convenes six times to work collectively to strengthen the movement to end violence against girls and women, building upon the work of previous cohort(s).
For the past two years, the pilot cohort has been laying the foundation for this movement building work by: crafting a unified vision, redefining the problem of violence against girls and women, deepening their understanding of the movement landscape, and strengthening their own leadership and organizations. All of this work is in service of exploring strategies that can strengthen the movement – to get us closer to our end goal of ending violence against girls and women.
In December 2012, the second cohort of Movement Makers convened for the first time to begin building on the work of the pilot cohort, deepening our collective understanding of the landscape and opportunities for social change.
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The second group of Movement Makers will convene in June 2013.